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Copyright 2017 - ICBS 2017 Team

ORAL PRESENTATION INSTRUCTION

  

CRUCIAL POINTS:

 1)    Save your file(s) to USB or CD.

 2)    Name your file(s) correctly:   ‘room-abstract code-your name’ (ex. 5-o-1-03-Purnomo)

 3)    If you are presenting more than one talk, name EACH file on the memory device accurately.

 4)    Do not have any other files on the USB or CD

 5)    Deposit it in EARLY at the Speaker Preparation Desk

 6)    Pick it up after your talk

 

  

LENGTH OF PRESENTATION:

 A total of 20 minutes has been allocated for each presentation (unless you receive different instructions from your Session Chair).  It is recommended that the talk be no longer than 15 minutes, allowing 5 minutes for questions and discussion.

 

 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

 -          The onsite computers use MS PowerPoint 2010 format for computer projection.

 -          If you use an older version of PowerPoint, be aware that some graphics, colours or fonts may change.

 -          You need to save your PowerPoint file to a USB ("thumb drive") or CD.

 -          Presentations created on a tablet or mobile device must be downloaded to a USB or CD.

 

 

 

USING VIDEOS IN YOUR PRESENTATION:

 -          Video files must be in ".AVI" format.

 -          If you have any ".AVI" files in your presentation, they must be saved with the ".PPT" (PowerPoint) file in ONE folder for this presentation.

 

If you use a MAC system:

 

-          You need to save ALL portions of the PowerPoint to PC format.

 -          Photos should be saved to PC format through Photoshop or similar format.

 -          All portions of your MAC PowerPoint presentation must be saved in PC format so that the onsite PC computers will be able to open your files.

 -          You may not connect your laptop, mobile device, USB or CD directly to the session room projector.

 

 

SAVE YOUR POWERPOINT PRESENTATION ON A MEMORY DEVICE THAT YOU CAN TURN IN AND LEAVE WITH OUR COMMITTEE MEMBERS (i.e.: USB or CD).

 -          We recommend that you open the file to make sure it is saved correctly before you and it over.

 -          We also recommend that you save a backup copy of your presentation on a separate device.

 -          Please do not have any other files on the memory device so that our staff can quickly find the file.

 -          You may not take your USB or cd memory device directly to your session room. Please take your USB memory device to the speaker preparation room as early as possible - do not delay!

 -          The memory device must be ready to be deposited to the preparation staff.  Computers will not be provided for editing purposes.

 -          Please pick up your memory device immediately after your presentation. ICBS 2017 committee cannot be held responsible for lost or unclaimed memory devices.

 

 

 

 

 

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